Protecting Your Child’s Financial Support
The state of Pennsylvania takes your child’s financial well-being seriously. Both parents are expected to contribute to your child’s support however they can before, during and after divorce. This may look different for every family. A child custody lawyer can help you understand how child support works.
Child support guidelines can be confusing. I am happy to take the time to explain the important factors that may impact the support order in your case. My name is Angela Flouras Rieck, and I have spent over a decade helping clients and their families with family law issues such as divorce, property division, child custody and visitation and child support. I was born and raised in Lancaster, and I am proud to serve my neighbors and community at The Law Office of Angela Flouras Rieck.
What To Expect With Child Support
The state provides child support guidelines to help the court calculate how much each parent would pay to support a child. Many factors can affect these calculations, however. Those factors can include:
- The earning capacity of each parent
- Insurance costs
- Mortgage or rent payments
- Childcare costs
- The number of children each parent has
- The division of physical custody
These are only a few examples of financial issues involved in child support. The calculation can be complex and confusing. I will take the time to review all factors with you and advocate for the financial future of both you and your child.
I Am Here To Help
You do not have to figure this out on your own. I am an experienced child custody lawyer, and I am happy to help you understand the guidelines and how they may apply in your case. To schedule an appointment, please call 717-985-8938 or fill out my online contact form.